Last month, RRT donated 1,000 RRT Frontline Snack Packs to the Royal United Hospital in Bath. These were handed out to bring cheer and happiness to the frontline staff working in the hospital on Christmas day.

The Royal United Hospital is a major acute-care hospital in Bath, England and provides care for a catchment population of around 500,000 people in Bath and the surrounding towns and villages of Northeast Somerset and Western Wiltshire.

On behalf of the Board of Directors, I am writing to thank the Rapid Relief Team for their continued support of the Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust as evidenced by your recent donation of 1000 snack packs for our staff in December - they were gratefully received and welcomed by the staff. 

Claire Radley, Director for People at the RUH

The delivery was made by the Chippenham RRT team to the hospital on the 22nd December 2021 in readiness to be distributed on Christmas day. This donation was gratefully received by the management staff of the hospital as the snack packs included both sweet and savoury treats and bottled water all neatly packaged in a reusable bag for ease of transport and storage.

A big thank you to our Frontline workers, from all at RRT.

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